Programme

The Brain conference will be held on the 24-25 February 2022. To cater for an international audience and speaker base, we will have talks throughout the day, starting at 10:00 GMT till 17:30 GMT on the 24th of February, and 13:00 till 18:40 GMT on the 25th February. The schedule will be updated shortly as the speakers are confirmed.

As with the 2021 conference, the conference is composed of multiple topic sessions. Each session will contain three talks given by speakers: a Teaching Talk, a Basic Science Research Talk and a Translational Science Talk, as well as two Data Blitz oral presentations selected from submitted abstracts.

The conference will open with a Plenary Lecture on 24th February. There will be an interactive Poster Session on 24 February and a Public Neuroscience Lecture on 25 February.

We will continue to update the programme below as speakers are confirmed.


Sessions

Thursday 24 February 2022

PLENARY LECTURE: Peter Goadsby

Cognition
Chair: James Rowe

Neurogenetics
Chair: Ammar Al-Chalabi

Epilepsy
Chair: Matthew Walker

Neurodegenerative
Chair:

Headache and Pain
Chair: Messoud Ashina; Co-chair:  Roberto De Icco 

Traumatic brain injury
Chair: David Sharp

Sleep and Circadian Rhythms
Chair: Derk-Jan Dijk

Neurodevelopmental Diversity
Chair: Sue Fletcher-Watson

POSTER SESSION,

Friday 25 February 2022

Nerve and Neuropathy
Chair: Mary Reilly; Co-chair: David Bennett

Stroke
Chair: Dorothee Saur

Neuroinflammation/MS
Chair: Frauke Zipp

Movement disorders
Chair: Anne Rosser; Co-chair: David Burn 

Muscle
Chair: Mike Hanna

Psychosis in Brain Disease
Chair: Eileen Joyce

Motor Neuron Disease
Chair: Kevin Talbot

CNS Infections
Chair: Avi Nath; Co-chair: Michael Wilson 

Public Neuroscience Lecture: Professor Gina Poe

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